Red & White Mixed Case

Regular price$138.00
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Understanding the range of Aasha Wines and our Okanagan terroir. Our Red & White Mixed Case features two whites and two reds. Try one bottle each of a versatile Chardonnay, a rich textural Viognier, a complex Pinot Noir, and a smooth and silky Syrah.

Deep and dark, but never brooding. Like a big brawny weightlifter with a PhD in Art History, don’t judge this book by its cover. Mysterious yet welcoming, with flashes of toasted oak, graphite, and spicy white pepper shining through untouched forest floor. Blackberries plums, and dates dance on the palate but this is less about fruit and more a study in finesse and feel.


Date night dinners.
Watching the leaves turn red in fall.
Washing away the workweek.
Blind tastings.

A textural marvel with the taste to back it up. The floral aroma beckons you to take sip after sip while the palate reveals subtle layers of apricot, honeysuckle, and a hint of peach. Light in colour, yet lush in texture with beeswax and lanolin notes—this is a deft melding of fresh fruit and a long, rounded finish that comes with age and just the right touch of oak.


Thai takeout— from the good place.
Pleasing Chardonnay and Riesling drinkers with one bottle.
Bringing sunshine to rainy day.
Summer seafood platters.

Not too big, not too light, this pinot is just right. Inviting aromas of strawberries, vanilla, black pepper, and fresh-cut flowers set the stage for this velvety, yet super-fresh pinot. Black raspberry, cherry, and spicy cedar round out the palate, while a hint of burnt orange peel on the finish keeps things interesting. It may be too complex for Goldilocks, but bear in mind she’s a young girl—there’s no doubt this is a sophisticated crowd-pleaser.


Gamey meats and earthy mushrooms.
Fall family gatherings.
Late night cheese plates.
A cabin in the woods.

Rich and buttery with a bright lemon zest edge, this versatile chardonnay checks all the boxes. Baked apple blends with fresh, tart McIntosh flavors on the palate while waves of toasted walnut, honey, and a hint of vanilla flow together for a finish that just keeps building glass after glass. Some wines are built to start the meal, others to finish—Palolem is one of the rare bottles fit to carry you through the whole night.


Warm autumn nights in the countryside.
Appetizers, mains, and dessert.
Grilled shellfish with drawn butter.
Movie night done right.